Exclusive Cover Reveal & INTL Giveaway: NOW & WHEN, a Romantic Dramedy from Sara Bennett Wealer

It really is that season--today, I am very excited to share with you an exclusive cover reveal for the 2020 dramedy, Now & When by Sara Bennett Wealer, as well as an international giveaway! If you haven't heard of it, Now & When is a romantic dramedy with a hate-to-love plot line, mysterious phone notifications, … Continue reading Exclusive Cover Reveal & INTL Giveaway: NOW & WHEN, a Romantic Dramedy from Sara Bennett Wealer

If You Liked . . . #17: A YA Contemporary Extravaganza!

Hi friends! I've been a little MIA, which most of you probably don't notice if you only read my blog, but I've been feeling a little out of it! Distracted, feeling a little listless, and whatnot. Anyways, these If You Liked . . . posts are like, the single constant in my life, so you're … Continue reading If You Liked . . . #17: A YA Contemporary Extravaganza!

Amelia Westlake Was Never Here by Erin Gough: A Really Entertaining Lesbian Rom-Com

I had an idea of what I wanted Amelia Westlake Was Never Here to be in my mind, and the story totally ended up satisfying that! It’s such a fun concept: two girls who are polar opposites teaming up to create a hoax to expose the flaws in their private girls school! And although there … Continue reading Amelia Westlake Was Never Here by Erin Gough: A Really Entertaining Lesbian Rom-Com

That’s Not What I Heard by Stephanie Kate Strohm Blog Tour

OMG! Did you hear about Teddy and Kim? The That's Not What I Heard blog tour has started and I've heard ALL the new about why Teddy and Kim are breaking up. Someone said that Teddy is moving to Italy, you know? And also he released all those snakes on the first floor omg!!! You should totally check out … Continue reading That’s Not What I Heard by Stephanie Kate Strohm Blog Tour

Ask Gordon: An Advice Column for the Characters in Your Own Worst Enemy (+Giveaway!)

Loyalties will be tested as three political candidates vie for the presidential spot in this satire about a high school student government race. (Which is eerily accurate to my own high school, despite it being a satire and my high school...not being a satire.) Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Gordon Jack's … Continue reading Ask Gordon: An Advice Column for the Characters in Your Own Worst Enemy (+Giveaway!)

Heretics Anonymous by Katie Henry (DRC): A Divine Comedy–What More Needs To Be Said?

4 stars Michael is an atheist. And attending a Catholic school is basically his worst nightmare, and one that's coming true after his dad made the family move again. Michael needs to find friends all over again, and when a girl challenges their teacher in class, Michael thinks he might have found one, and a … Continue reading Heretics Anonymous by Katie Henry (DRC): A Divine Comedy–What More Needs To Be Said?

Your Robot Dog Will Die by Arin Greenwood (DRC): But You Can Still Save the Real One!

2.5 stars In the near future, dogs are on the brink of extinction as an experiment gone awry caused all canines to become hyperintelligent--leading to hysteria and mass euthanasia. The only surviving dogs are kept on the coast of Florida on Dog Island where they are kept in their wild state. Meanwhile, their robot replacements … Continue reading Your Robot Dog Will Die by Arin Greenwood (DRC): But You Can Still Save the Real One!